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You can run the speaker wires to the speaker level input on the amp or i believe you can run another set of speaker wires spliced into the existing wires in parallel to the speaker level input along with the speakers that are already hooked up if you are using the amp for a sub or other speakers that you have added to the existing system.
You should plug your RCA's from your amp to your radio output. Then you should take the blue power wire for the amp and splice it to the blue wire on your cd players wiring harness. The blue wire is for an automatic antenna or for 12v current for a amp.
the easy thing to do is to go to Best Buy or to www.crutchfield.com and buy the wiring harness for your car and for your radio if you still do not have it along the the dash kit which will include the instructions for you car. Crutchfield is really the way to go to buy the parts you can just call them and they will get you what you need they may even get you a manual. If they do not get you a manual you can always go to panasonics website and download current and old product manuals in PDF formats which can be viewed with free software like adobe PDF viewer or Foxit.
there is a safety feauture in the amp that shuts if off it is getting to much power from cd player outputs. all amps have this. some cd players also have this. unfortunately there is no way to get around this besides turning up the amp and turning down cd player